You Scored Higher Than Howard Stern
You Scored Higher Than George W. Bush
You Scored Higher Than Al Gore
You Scored the Same as David Duchovny
You Scored Lower Than Natalie Portman
You Scored Lower Than Bill Gates
Your IQ is most likely in the 130-140 range
Equivalent ACT score: 31
Schools that Fit Your SAT Score: Brown University
Carnegie Mellon University
So, I never post these online test things in my blog, but I figured that every once and a while it wouldn't be that big of a deal. I was thinking about my old SAT/ACT scores from back in the day, and ran across this thing.
The results are a little off, as my ACT was actually a 28 (but I was half asleep and bombed the Science portion when I took it -- probably would have done better if I'd retaken it), and my IQ tests a little bit higher usually... but not by much so I guess that it's mostly accurate. I do get to say that I'm smarter than Al Gore now though, so I'm pretty amused by the widget at the moment.
Duchovny is going down though. DOWN.
I'm right now taking a short break from studying for a Japanese test... really not looking forward to that, but hey -- it's the last time I have to take one so there's some good in that at least. I considered going further in the Japanese program here, but as I would have had to rearrange everything around it, I'd just end up spending a LOT more time in school. Graduating is still on the distant horizon, but I can finally see where it is.
Still no word from Idexx. *shrug* Such is life. I've already done this semester's "Panic Math." To explain, this is more specifically "Keep me from experiencing Panic Math." What I do is I look at my grades, and find the worse case number. What if every single thing I have left to do gets a big fat zero. Not just an F, but a ZERO. I did the math, and I will maintain good academic standing even if that happens. So, that means I don't panic, I don't freeze, and I keep getting work done.
"To keep from getting Fs, I figure out what would happen if I got them." It's a weird way to manage things, but hey -- it works.
Well, I never took the SAT or ACT, so I cannot relate. My parents never planned on me going to college, or to become successful in any way, unfortunately.
Whoop, I'm complaining. Sorry.
Then again, the glass is half full, and I can pretend I'm the smartest person I know because I don't have a test to quantify my intelligence. O_o